There is a rapidly growing literature on coproduction. We have chosen to share the resources and the reseach projects that the different Community of Practices are using.
Latest Peer-reviewed Publications
Englander R, Holmboe E, Batalden P, et al. Coproducing health professions education: a prerequisite to coproducing health care services? External link, opens in new window. Academic Medicine 2019.
Fjeldstad Ø, Johnson J, Margolis P, et al. Networked health care: rethinking value creation in learning health care systems External link, opens in new window.. Learning Health Systems 2019.
Elwyn G, Nelson E, Hager A, et al. Coproduction: when users define quality External link, opens in new window.. BMJ Quality & Safety 2019.
Batalden P. Getting more health from healthcare: quality improvement must acknowledge patient coproduction External link, opens in new window.. BMJ 2018.
Reframing healthcare services
Below, the RHeLaunCh team details their efforts to reframe healthcare services through the lens of coproduction by reflecting on what they had learned together--as "coproduction" investigators, as "integrated (social and healthcare) service" investigators, from patients and their families and from the different ways that payment works at the level of an individual person struggling with both their illness and their treatment burdens.
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The Dartmouth Institute's Coproduction Team External link, opens in new window. and Preference Laboratory External link, opens in new window.